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The journey so far

  1. 1. THe JOurneyso Far
  2. 2. The BeginningCultureFamilyStylePhotographySpaceEventsNatureFunEnvironmentFriendsGraphicsSocialisingNewDifferentCo-workingNetworkingDriveExploringCommunicating>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>These are all part of who I am, can I carry them through into design management and the MA?
  3. 3. Learning>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Continue to update learning log and use as a journey for my research.
  4. 4. Design thinking definition My definition of Design Thinking would be: The processes and methods involved to create andDesign thinking is a human-centered approach to understand a brief/problem. During the process, ofinnovation that draws from the designer’s toolkit varying lengths and stages, there will be research andto integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of analysis to inform and deliver a creative solution thattechnology, and the requirements for business success. meets the objectives set out at the beginning.— Tim Brown, president and CEO IDEODesign thinking: A process that endeavors to solveproblems and create new possibilities, generally byrelying on empathic research (studying people to tryto figure out what they need) combined with creativeexperimentation and extensive prototyping andrefinement—all aimed at the goal of producing better,more useful objects, experiences, services, andsystems. — Warren Berger, Glimmer>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>What’s design thinking to others? How does it fit into design studios? How can it be used effectively? What’s the process?
  5. 5. Design thinking Quotes“The most fundamental challenge to conventional ideason design has been the growing advocacy of systematicmethods of problem solving, borrowed from computertechniques and management theory, for the assessmentof design problems and the development of designsolutions.”— 1965, Bruce Archer “There exists a designerly way of thinking and communicating that is both different from scientific and scholarly ways of thinking and communicating, and as powerful as scientific and scholarly methods of inquiry when applied to its own kinds of problems.”— 1979, Bruce Archer“In the 1970s I reacted against design methods. I dislike themachine language, the behaviourism, the continual attemptto fix the whole of life into a logical framework.”— 1970, John Chris Jones “There are things to know, ways of knowing them and ways of finding out about them that is unique to the design fields.” — 1981, Nigel Cross>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>What are the thoughts about design thinking today?
  6. 6. Design thinking film Postcards>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>What are my thoughts about combining design thinking with an interest of mine?
  7. 7. First thoughts for a lead question 3— How closely do you follow a process and do designers feel constrained? Would processes vary from different1— Relate it to working environment/design industry size companies to different size clients? Do we alreadyInform my future working practice follow a process, but its not obviously laid out? Do clientsAllow me to develop expect to see a process or are they sold on the companies creativity and previous projects? Is process key to a2— Establishing a brief companies growth?Design process 4— Common word within interests was space>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>How could I relate space to the design process?
  8. 8. Process diagrams>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Are there any interesting articles on design thinking process and space?
  9. 9. interesting Articles>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>What’s important to now read?
  10. 10. Literature>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Read, analyse, evaluate and create a researched essay.
  11. 11. Researched essay structure Explore significant Analyse texts and debates around area ofArea of enquiry: enquiry Reflect Create hypotheses,object / article / lead concepts andquestion ideas for further Explore methods Evaluate investigation and methodologies around area of enquiry Form an argument